December 15th, 2017
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Farren Vaughan

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Farren Vaughan, former Co-Editor-in-Chief, attempted to organize focus groups. She plans to become better friends with Bob Woodward and study multimedia journalism and political science at Virginia Tech.

Manual RedEye: A year in review

As the school year comes to a close, the 2014-15 co-Editors-in-Chief reflect on the best stories published on RedEye this year.

Manual’s admission process may become a lottery

The JCPS school board will consider a proposal to change all its magnet programs to lottery-based admission.

Science Olympiad places second and fourth at state competition

Russell Independent High School beat Manual's team, thereby earning the first place spot and the right to compete at the national competition in Nebraska.

Arne Duncan discusses education in the YPAS Auditorium

During a trip to Louisville, the U.S. Secretary of Education made a stop at Manual/YPAS to speak on where both the nation and Kentucky are headed in terms of education.

Manual Alumni Association inducts ten new members to the Hall of...

Ten new plaques will hang in center hall to honor the new 2015 Manual Hall of Fame members.

Students to participate in the Kentucky Student Voice Survey to evaluate...

Students will formally evaluate their teachers through a survey on Infinite Campus this week.

Students attend last pep rally of the year for Homecoming

Seniors Alex Reczek and Daniel Chopovosky perform a promposal in front of the whole school in the final pep rally of the year for the Homecoming basketball game.

A Foreign Affairs Club makes its debut at Manual

Seniors Ian Johnson and Robel Abate organized a new Foreign Affairs Club and hosted the first meeting today.

OPINION: The Ferguson decision calls for more police oversight

The death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo. is a tragedy. Why aren't police under more oversight?

JCPS cancels school for the first time this year

JCPS cancelled school because of snow for the first time this year, and possibly the earliest ever,